Our Philosophy and Core Values


Children are like wet cement. Whatever falls on them leaves the impression! Dr. Hiam Ginnot

Our Philosophy

Research shows that 90-95% of brain growth happens in the first 5 years and if a child’s needs are met with empathy, guidance, and loveand nurtured by a close connection then his brain oozes with love hormones that help the brain regulate and produce the conditions ready for learning. Quoting Rose Kennedy “Whenever I held my newborn baby in my arms, I used to think that what I said and did to him could have an influence not only on him but on all whom he met, not only for a day or a month or a year, but for all eternity” — a very challenging and exciting thought for a mother.”

We live by our core values

  1. Children should always feel loved and welcomed – relationship shapes the developing brain. Love helps grow a child’s brain.
  2. Children should always be respected and trusted – trusting secure relationships support cognitive, emotional, and social development.
  3. Disengage from the resistance and a never-ending battle-of-wills and start connecting with children with our heart, mind, and soul!
  4. Kids should be eating whole, minimally processed food—food that is as close to its natural form as possible to help stabilize their moods and energy levels, sharpen their minds, and give them the best opportunity to grow into healthy and confident adults.


Our center and program abides by Five Pillars

  • Nurturing and loving Caregivers
    • Heart for children – affection, attention, and stimulation
    • Heart for parents
    • Well versed in age appropriate training
    • Reliable and consistent
  • Learning Environment
    • The Physical Environment: Hands-On fun and learning in cheerful, welcoming, inviting and well-organized environment. Ensure enough space to play on the floor, with child-sized furniture, and quiet areas where children can relax.
    • The Emotional Atmosphere: Provide a balance of activities each day, giving children choices, celebrating the diverse cultures in the community, and offering positive discipline to help children understand what is expected of them. Daily routines and schedules to create a sense of order and help children feel more secure and independent, because they know what to expect.



  • Parent Involvement
    • We encourage creating school relationship, formal and informal connections between families and their young children’s educational settings. Involvement may include a wide variety of activities, such as parents volunteering as classroom aides, interacting with other parents in the center’s parent resource room, participating in educational workshops and courses, attending school events, accompanying classes on field trips, and attending parent–teacher meetings.
  • Health & Safety
  • Good nutrition Proper health care
    • We strive to move from harmful processed food to more natural, fresh,whole, and nutritious food alternatives. This will lay foundation for health and growth for life.

We have immense opportunity to touch and make difference in the lives of all our children and we will ensure to give our 100% to live by our mission and philosophy. We look forward to an opportunity to work with each of you and bring forth positive changes for the betterment of our kids.

We Welcome your family to our Kids Country Childcare and Learning Center family!